Five good and gay things that happened this week: 7/27-8/2

Happy Friday!

Brandi and Dolly duet at Newport Folk Fest. Woo boy, have you ever wanted to hear the queen of country and your alt-country crush sing a duet together? Brandi Carlile and Dolly Parton surprised guests at the famed Newport Folk Festival this past weekend, with a stunning rendition of Dolly’s “I Will Always Love You.”

Source: Vanity Fair

K-Stew is a Vanity Fair cover girl. Out actor Kristen Stewart spills the beans about Charlie’s Angels, her feature directorial debut and more.

Ellen Page’s documentary is headed to TIFF. Actor Ellen Page is passionate about politics and policies, and her documentary, which she made alongside her Gaycation cohort, Ian Daniel, Is debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival. There’s Something in the Water focuses on “the injustices and injuries caused by environmental racism in her home province, in this urgent documentary on Indigenous and African Nova Scotian women fighting to protect their communities, their land, and their futures.”

The L Word: Generation Q adds Jamie Clayton to the cast. Fans of Sense8 got some great new this week when it was announced that Clayton, who played hacker extrodinare and sensate Nomi, will be playing bartender Tess in The L Word.

Source: Women’s Health

Dancing with the Stars‘ Julianne Hough comes out as “not straight.”. In a recent candid profile in the magazine, Women’s Health, the dancer/actor/entrepreneur revealed that shortly after marrying husband Brooks Laich, she told him, “You know I’m not straight, right?” While Hough doesn’t chose to label herself at the moment, it’s always a reason to celebrate when a person in the public eye speaks their truth.

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